Family, Marriage, and Parenthood

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Tables
1. A Tabular Comparison of Biological Families57
2. A Tabular Comparison of Human Family Types77
3. Distribution of Men and Women in Selected Occupations in 1940251
4. A Comparison of Rural and Urban Sex Ratios253
5. Distribution, Cumulatively, of Five Thousand Marriages by Residential Propinquity Before Marriage255
6. Cumulative Percentage Distribution of Residential Propinquity Before Marriage in New Haven, in 1931 and 1940256
7. Index of Similarity in Family Background and Adjustment269
8. Estimate of Relative Savings by Size of Family Obtained by Preparation of Meals at Home402
9. Comparative Costs of Home versus Hospital Delivery492
10. Check-list of Inconveniences Found in Homes519
11. Minimum Essentials in the Administration and Management of Family Life, Including the Household541
12. Estimated Divorces in the United States: 1937 to 1945673
13. Marital Status of Persons 14 Years Old and Over, by Sex, for the United States: Estimated Civilian Population Not in Institutions, February, 1946 and 1944, Total Population, April, 1940678
14. American Divorce Rates by Regions687
15. Grounds for Which Divorces Were Granted in Twelve States with Percentage Distribution, 1939695
16. Estimated Number of Children Affected by Divorce in the U. S., 1933-1946706
17. Marriage Rates, per 1000 Population, 1935-1945712
18. Annual Birth Rates, United States Registration Area, Selected Years, 1915-1945, and Provisional Monthly Rates to April, 1946715
19. Vital Rates per 1000 Population in Selected Countries (Births, Deaths, and Natural Increase)744
20. Birth and Survival of Children per Woman Who Had Been Married and Was 35 to 74 Years of Age, 1910 and 1940747
21. Comparison of Median and Lower Quartile Income, 1939, and Cost of Maintenance Budget, 1940, 33 Cities757
22. Median Total Family Income and Average Number of Children per Family, by Age of Male Family Head (Nonfarm Families, 1940, with only wage or salary income in 1939)758
23. Distribution of Profiles of 109 Troubles Among 62 Low Income Families in New York City, 1940-1943787
24. College Courses on Marriage and the Family, 1945-1946. Census Conducted by the National Conference on Family Relations798

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